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KOOROOMAN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
KOOROOMAN EAST. The -third anniveresary ;oof the local I :OR. was.celebrated in.the Koorooman East Hall :on-.Wed neisday lasDt. There. was :a large gathering- of friends also mem bers:of= .,the :Mardan, an?d LeonK. gatha Tentsi the evening lbeing one :of the most successful th'e: IO.R. have yet held.: Theo Chief Ruler;(Bro. R. Hoble) )-presided. The:.speaker for the evening was Brio N.ye, w"ho: -referredl }to; the coming struggle,., of 1917, when the pieopl.e would have- the oppor-?i tunity. !of.: fighting . the liiquor traffic at the blallot box;iand also in' the evint of prohibition:: behi'g carried by 'tlfe -:tw0o-thirds. mal j6oity- the; need i::of -providing some means 'bf.,social iiitercourse for .men, to: take the place of: that which they have at present t6:go to the hotels:to find.: The speaker stated tihat he thoulght it possible that.; the:: Rechabites' would, . by making-their meetings: attractive, and piromotiig social intercourse generally, be :able to provide. the nec...
Korumburra County Court. TUESDAY, 9TH JUNE. (Before His Honor Judge Johnston.) CLAIM UNDER CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
Koruiimburra; Coiunty Court -;TUESDAY, 9TH JUNE:. (Before His Honor Judge Jolnston) CLAIM UNDER CONT 6`i ACT: &lt; 6Thomas R Jones contractor;. Leongathia, soughtl to recover from Ethel Miarie =Bishiop, 'llso of Leongatha, the sumn of £92 lOs, balance of money; alleged to be due o t he plainitifflunder contract for: work and laibor idne and imateriials provided; in respect to alterations' and improvements: to defenidant s; house o £50, ot the anioiunt of the contract (£250) not having: ueen paid and £42 being claimed for; extras= A counter ?;:claim'`&lt;= b'y 'defendant; against plai.nitifffor £1919s as made:$ Mr Jacobs (instructed by Mr. R.-Little) appeared=for the plaintiff and:: -Mr": Cohen (in rtructed by Mr 1Mellor) for the defenidanit The defence was that there was no :written:: agreementbut ttita certain lthings 'were =verbally agreed to he done by plaintiff for £200))andd ;that subsequently a conitracit was imade that plaintiff bshould comfpletel the` bwole, ...
MARDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
MlARDAN. .Although. the. weather was not inviting. on Wednesday last, the iunsiold goods :remaining from the bazaar held last month in aiid of. the :hall::funds, weire disposed of by _the ladies, in charge of the different stalls to the large num ber:: of people that- attended. In the evening the chief attraction was the National Quartette Party from:,Leongatha. At the May Fair -.in , aid, of the Church of England in. Leongatha' recently much enthusiasm was shown when quartettes. were sung, and ;the -singers of Killarney scored the greatest number of votes. In the -Mardan. h'al1 on" Wednesday the; `English --Irish, Scotch and Welsh quartettes were again rendered, when; intense loyalty for the :land of ones birth was manifested: A .charge :of one penny for a vote was made and the isum :of :£35 15s 2d- was re ceived: over: the venture? . The Irish quartette (Misses Prideaux (2), Messrs- :Matthewman and Burgess)- was : again successful, securing 3,465 votes; 'Scotland coming next .with...
District News. KOONWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
District News " -sociaL eveni ig was held o riusdaievemingýlJune' 2, by the Koonwarra" lMutual Ipirovemient Society;.wihe -after-some merry games- werepliayed, tihefollowing items were givend ;Solo;- Miss Dawson, recitation, Mr ;Henry, song, Mr JMcalwaine grecita tion Mr E Albstedt;; duet, Mr and MissJ.Fletchersong," Mr Hemensley =oAfter ;; upper: was iservedai: very enjoyable' dance; wasfield, Mr G Roughead sup pliying;the music, Te annual' concert and :jdance in aid of othe Melh'urne Hlospital isto take place later on the idate having not yet been fixed
WOOREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
S WOOREEN ioc?l i' aid of the :Church`io Englanid:as held at the Wooreen State School on Tuesday, June 9th. The weather was" perfect, and :there • ?as a good attendance, which re flected great credit upon. the organisers, Mesdames Harrison and Richards. The Rev. H. J. Harvey occupied the chair, and opened the proceedings with a humorous ad dress on Japanese and Chinese footwear, of which he exhibited samples. The following was the programme :-Overture, Mrs Mc Pherson (Trida); song, '' The Link ,.:.--- , .,? ·::, .? ? ,.,=.:. ., :: ,. .- ? , . • Conqueror, encore In days of Old Mr McPherson ;;song, My Treasure ;' -eoncore "`The Colleen," Miss E Bellingham song; ,Robin.. Adairi. Miss Halliburtodn recita hion ":Love Lightens Labor, Mrs Richards:; song,. " Daddyy" .Miss Griffiths ;= duet, , .The BattleE ve," (enficoled);' Mr and: Mrs Gregory; song( The- Veteran,;":'Mr Bert .Giggs,? duet, ": Aiinie Lauirie " Miss ,-Riseley and Mir Poyser : Fong;" Miner' s Dream of -Home," Mir.Doibliig s?...
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
- osrta- InfoI matioi ' AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA . LETTERS.:: Wi Commonwealth and':;:_. ade in $ritish s. d pore, per 3 ouuae -0 . Each additionalo. ..o: ?O? 1 POST CARDS. Within Commonwealth and all places in British Em pire single, each. 0 1? R y, each half ..0.." 0 1 To all other places single 1.. Reply o0asi .... :. 3 NEWSPAPBRS. Within Commonwealth and Iew Zealand, for every-? newspaper, up to 10oss.. . Newspapers printed outside ..the Commohwealth are subject to magi sine rates of postage.. United Kinigdom-Not ex..: -oeeding 8cz., each neows spaper ..: .; 0 :1 Eabh adiditional 2z. .. j For transmission wholly by; sea per Orient and P. and? (6. .stbamers, loz :.:::0 1 Other places, not exceeding 4ozes. . . = 0 1 -Eaoh additional 2-oz, .. BOoKS Within the Commonwealth, or- books', printed in Aus: tralia, per Sozs: or part 0 Printed outside Australia,_ per 4ozs., or, part thereof 0 To New Zealand, perf 4oss. 0 1 To all other places ier 2ozs: 0 1 ATALoU?s.:":. Wholly printed i...
MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
kMEENIYAN ';A very largely attended men eet ingigf otheie??. AN?.A was .held on Tueisday eveniing, wh'en the:: syl labus item;:- The :,Question Box," created somi splendid :discussion The three questions :that .took uip pra-tioalall :the eve ning were tihe ?Beef, Trust:: the: White Aus traliani, policy, aind should a -Mechanics',' Institute Comiittee add a bilhiardroonm in coninection with, the building T'hei 1handlifg of ?;:the ;iquestions: by. Messrs Adam-siHow and·i.McDonald- was very interesting .ari'd instructive,; and several of the yoiunger mem blers, :did -splendidly A i-,A pound ni~ghlt will =be 'the items at niext mneeting,i and a good evening's fun is looked forward to..:"- :Dumbalk :has protested Stony, Creek .over; the .footbiall match lasit Saturday oniithe grounds of playing some me. .without a permit.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
Leongatha: Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, SiStock, Station, Land & Financiail " - = Agents. CATTLE SALES 1914:_; Thurs Friday, April . 2 16 "::30 ' :-:'" 24:.i: :; Z.': June -. . 11. 25 ,;- 19t - July 23 . 317 31" October ";?.'' 15- ? 29; '- 9 .'=23 '. November 12 26 :. 6 .20' December-:... 10. 24-2 4 "" .,18 I.:: Denotes. First Sale. Agenits for Sunire Office ;Colonial Mutual Life; -National Trustees; Execu tars and Agency Co. S:ead office, Leongatha sBranch office Korumburra. . . , S LoansNegotiated Phone 28 Lengatha OTER NEXT SALE : Grass Seed.°i ' .. SEW' SEED justi-landing fromin ?ew , Zealand. '.Orders taken for any quantities at wholesale rates .Terms given with lots over.£10. -Price lists and samples tube seein'at our officer McCARTIN & Co. M:: Mathieson & -Davis and Cattle Salesmen 5 ST. JAMES BUILDINGS, 127-1 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURN l And at. Sale, Traralgon, Maffra, Lere gatha, Mirboo North,'. _ Thursday, June 18thil PRELIMINARY NOTICE. EXTENSIVE SALE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
FIRE'R *FIRE! CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES IN LSNELL'S BUILDINGS, - EW Stock Stationery, Con L: feotionery and School Books to hand, ° together -with our usual supply of Newspapers, and dMaga zines. Tickets for Eight Hours' and Druids' Art Unions. Carriage Factory and SHOEING: FORGE, :'3.: H-- CAMPBELL, Proprietor.;' The Largest Manufacturer in the The sort you want is the Besth and that is my sort. Vehicles of: all descriptions made on the premises. No slumming. Every article ;finished off with care and elegance. My work has been in the district for years, and speaks for itself. Blacksmithing executed in all its branches. Do :You want ;Gooda Value For Your- Money?:: PRICES R1GHT.`. IF'SO, CALL ON H. COCHRAN, Years wit;h Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLU.MBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHAI FOR the Following Lines :-TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all '.Iron' 1' ? rk'- in connection with Houses and Farms. -Windmills siup...
SPORT AND PASTIME. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
SPORT AND_ PASTIME ='-:.. FOOTBALL -The. Leongatha team journey to- Nyora5 to-morrow: to engage the local team, when -they. hope; to taste the sweets `of victory; Wheni these teatms met -,earierrin the season: Leongatli' scored anh easy- win,-b'ut Nyora bhas ome on since` then, andi judingi By their shbowing agaiinst och .aouple of weeks back, the visitor1 yill have to improve odn ; eoent iorm to make victory certaini. hey wil[ problably have some ne blood :in .thbir; team "'and with others lback? from holidays, there is every pro lbability of: a: strong combination, doing battle:for themi to-morrow. The special train is timed :to -leave :the local stationi:?it 1.15 pim. The..: following teain will :repre sent Leongatha McLennan J. Ford,: Wilson,: Elliott,: D rowley (2)? J. Cocliran Robinson, Tuck; Muinns, Poyj ser McGeeTIThomp son Griggs, 0 Bright, Shall berg, GfunnerseOii Clifford. Emer gencies:- W ::Cotter, Wells Trimu m . To-morrow (Saturday) . after noon, a football- match will...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 12 June 1914
-A ,great-'nmusical itreat is pro- mlised at- theLeongati A.Hall;on Wednesday evening next by the renowned"musical comaiedýy comn paniy :yThe:Fireflies firo S t Kilda; ,:'where??thieyc had a --:con tinuous six.: months' season, ::per forminig :as' Tlio- Daffodils;, Since the close of their summier'season, they have giver :'E week's season at Ballarat, anda- a five: weeks' tour :in Tasmaania, . attended "in every place by .large, and en thusiastic audieicees. Tlie : pro grammes, which are calculated to appeal to all classes; are:.reple, t with- highfclass -Vocal anid instrui mental items, comedy, farce and graceful andd eccentric dance-s,.in-; c1uding .tlip at'est-'. fashirionable i ndfa'sci natirig c:raze,:the: Tango dance;, 6f wt hic: Miss Essie McgNeill.and Mr Toi, Prestori are said- to'.l.be tlie :6ieverest '::expon entq.- . Popular: prices ;:.:will -;be clarged. -".Box plan at-?Ford.'s..: The fortnightly b.ranch meeting of tle4 Lebngatha branchii of f tf'e ?A.N.A1. was held:- on...
THE GOLFING WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
=/? ii, i _ . - t.,. . '~ ? . Hiays he'd rather spiend a -weeok end fl?- ? oes :her" h usb~and? like it V?.,'M ?: "Well, of course, it's a little difficult to judge; one ca? only guess! Harry says it 'would drie 1himm madl! . The tiwo iflfids wore discussnog ant athletic girl of their acquaintance who '- hadilately married. ''But; you: know, continued one of the two, ?men are suchtl coiitrary eres tures They go raving mad over sport ing' girls, the 'real good ial' sort, anid then when theyre married and settled doWn they start grumbling because there's no.peaceful quiet at home, and the.hand that rocks the cradle wields a Her friend smiled. "Yes; but hus bands aren't- so terribly unreasonable, - golf club instead of darning the socks! " after. all. Really, yoea khow, before and after marriafge does miake a differ encel 3Veek-ends golfing were splendid in- the fengaged days, before there was any home of one's own. But when -a -, man's had a strenuous week of worry - ing wo'rk he does...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
Woods' :GrCeat Peppermint Cure, :_ For Coughs and :Colds, never fail~i, s 6d. Each.'f the 3341:persons lost to N.S.W. l:by : Vic oria in the jpast 3 montls represenits a .diredt loss to this State?of 25s, :paid lby the Coin monwealth.: : :-- .-i. .:.HOUSEHOLD 'ECONOMY-, - GOOD COUGH MIXTURE RECIPE.I By a Qualified Chimist. A splendid medicine that is good for coughs, inifluenza' colds:, and::, sore thioats can now: be made Quite easily: at home:· .There .:is:. io bdiliig, 'cr bbther, or fuss of anyi kind: Get:onie bottle of Hean's Essence from ;your chemist and mix with sugar, treicle and water, as] ,per, simple directions: This will give you a: pint 'or ?.abouit eight. eighiteenpe?i?y bottles of warm,-i ing;:, soothing siulatm ting, cuing cough aiid cold mediiiin " It takes :hiold ofa co'iigl~' iirtcold, S conmforts -sore ;thrats,>:s removes ".phl~egm, and reduces feverishniess iii: a . way~ that. ieai~s -business from'the first .. dose- -:. : Youcaii: n can";feel this ··mixture...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
LIAWN TENNIS. On Saturday afternoon last the final game of a mixed doubles tournament, in :which 20 pairs compdted, and in Which great in terest had been displayed thirough oui? i-as played: . Victor:iy rested with iMiss McLean and:. Mr D.'J . Shai (rec fi3 afteria hard battle w1ith Miss D Shaw i and Mr R.'d& : C0Shw.- (owef d-2)-i-ThItter ir exprienced some hardifights' in uaifying for the finial, the -esultsofl whiOlhi being of interest. They played iri all 13- siets com prising 128 games, of which they wi6n72 andlost 56, or an average difference of about onte game per set. .? victory ini their favor would have been very popular. Thewi wiers are t0o be congratu lated upon their success, forit is thi first occasion for many years xin thle history of the club that t~o suich: junior players have b`en returned as winners. Like their opponents in' the final game, they also experienced some hard battles orin the :way ::to the final. The??y played' a total of 10 sets cobtimprisin...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
THE TURF. The :following lookwell in for the races at:Aspenidale Park to morrow :?First Division-High brow and Miss Footbolt. Steeple lchase--Icon .and Luoy Barr. Secoind Division-Lundoyne and Kareel.i Aspipendale .Park Han dicap-lMeirut~ and Field General. Third Divisioi;--Dream Man and Vidcehnt Maid. Jumpers' Flat King's Ransom and Vodski.
MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
MARKETS.-, GIPPSLAND :CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT : Butter-Choicest brands at is / 2d, chbice --ls i(d, good to prime Is %d to is Id, stored arid seconds lid to ls, separators 10%d, dairies - 9%d to .10d... Cheese-Prime new loaf 8%d, medium sizes 8d to 8d," Ssemi-matured :8d to 9d, matured 9d to 9d. Eggs-Ordinary. lines is 5d, private to ls 7d, new laid s d. uck eggss 7d, pre vemlightsde d di e 83Ad toJ 9dheaie am lOd, middles iOd, jackets3d to 9d. Wheat -This is firm" at3s ild -for F:K .Q, medium 3s:10d to - 3s 10d.: "Oats --Milling 2s .1d, besti feed: : .lid to is 11dyd, medium is l0d. Maize- :New is. - selling at 3s 6d to 3s:;7d. Chaff-' Prime -oaten £:3 2s .6d : to' £3 5s, medium and inferior _,lower. Potatoes--Priinme C.armans :are selling at :£4.'lOs .tob£4 15s, andd SBrownells .from .£3 to £3 10s. * Onions-Primie ?£6 10s ::: *0 :'
Mirboo Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
Mirbrob Shire Council ?.resi?nt Osr St len ah sdman) Iriglsis SmithBoyson, Carter and Murray; CO6BRES6ONDENCELTORi From tie SecretaryCoountry Roads Board as follows Wih i, reference to your leltter otify 1. ting?ll tentionsof yodur council with regardfio the6expenditure of ", the amount?l authorised ?i the .'Board orrf -, the-n Iainiteancetof main roads iItei. shiree- t ryea 30th June next, I have to inform' S-: ithat the Board ad appiroved: of the proposals as far as the: S Mardan and Allambee roads are :.concerned. "With' regard .to the : Mirbboo South.road, i-however the Board caitnot allow thi expiendi ture 0on tl e ;old :Foster 'road ? to! be'ir met as suggested as the latter : :;has• 6iot. been? . declared .a: main: road in the Country "Roads BAct Any maintenance work unex ,:pended by the councils'durfing the present financial year ending 30til June, .wvill be. re-voted next year Sin addition to the'ordinary main tenance expenditure From sanie, with reference ,to request that ...
District News. LEONGATHA SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
bDistrict -N ews . I liEONGATHA SOUTH Despitethie adverse weather on Wednesdaby evening last, the Leor gatha South Hall was well finlle;'i when Ohas?: Toihwnsend's :three act: drama: :The .Man fro Borneoowas weii we staged by ig t? lo - al airtists ',Mr. J.:Norton as Fred Bines ited his part ax ceptionall Mr9 Richards asPete, thes eepy servant, took a velry ative part and caused muchfurn wth:lis: yawnsi ati t sleep fits. TM Wal ohnson, as - eI Wrl an fr om Borneo "!t?ok-hislpiatgvery ; hil1 an.d was.tht.ii r .ePeter. Miss Violet cGross i ad oine of ew hiardest~ parts?aes Mrs Fried Bin r ?a, but carriedfit?edfout 'withi great I abilit;y &tisJes sieCiot6 e a?o s ited he kipateioifLizy ?Daytoi Mrs Bin ?gini .reat. frie.id , h.veryinicely MoessrsiGeniaodiaii d':i: Dan i .Notoi also acoted their Erespective parts equally-well' The' arthiss have been rehearsing fr the pat fip ve miont?hsandr deserve greaii it credi? f forithe: splendid -iianner i? which?! theyss e this dramla, als...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
;MELBOUR.NE PIG MARKE;. ' Adamson, Strettle & Co. report: Stores.-Best 35s to 40s, seconds 28s to 33s, others from 25s suckers up to 16s. Porkers. Prime heavy 48s to 52s, extra quality to 57s. prime medium 42s to 46s, light 35s to 40s. Baconers. -Prime heavy 76s to 85s, extra to 90s, prime medium 64s to 74s, light 50s to '60s. Choppers. Prime heavy £6 to £7, extra to £7 17s 6d, prime and weighty £4! to £5.
Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 16 June 1914
- .Postal Informatlonz ' AU$TRALUA& TASMANIA. S LoE.5.":: . Within ommornowealth alnd: ; -' all plaoes in British Em-?i.;: pir. single each .: 0." : O-,1 half , eao 1 Toal' other plaoes, single... ; 1 Reply aode . .. .. 3 NEWSPAPERB. Within Commonwealth and : · -'-1bW 2esland, for every newspapeor, up to 10oos.. ;- M0 Newspapers printed outside the Comrmop?eith are subject to ?ga zine rates of postage. Unite. Kingdom-Not ex cee~.g 8dz., eaoh new?-?r paper - ...+ 0 : .1. 0i Each additional 2oz. For tranesrilelon wholly by: sea pi di~rlent and P. ant::: 0. sttiagers, 10os '.--:. O 1i Other plaoes, not eoeeding 4ozs. -... ......0 1 - Eaoh additional 2z. : oz. .*0( -BOOS. Within the Commonwealth or boolks pinted in Aus. tralia, per.8oss.:or pait.. ' 0-'O Printed outside Australia .:..: Sper 4ozs. or. part thereof .:0 To New Zealand, per .4oze 0 1· To all other plaoes, per 2ozs. 0:. 1 CATALoGUE s. Wholly printed in 'Australia for delibryo in the Corm , monwealth, 4oz. or part 21M...